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Description of the painting Isaac Levitan "Forest Lake"

The painting was painted in 1890. Levitan, like any professional artist, always did sketches before writing the main picture. Many such sketches with the landscape of the lake have been preserved. In his painting, Levitan depicted the extraordinary and versatility of nature. It seems that the foreground is dissolved in the picture.
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Description of the painting by Ivan Aivazovsky "Venice"

At least 3 paintings by Ivan Aivazovsky are called “Venice”. The same painting was painted by the artist in 1842 and is stored today in the Tver Regional Gallery. The Venetian port. Dawn. We do not see the sun's disk itself, but bright light spreads across the sky, staining it and the clouds with warm, soft pinkish shades.
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Description of the painting Arkady Plastov "Spring" (In the bath)

Canvas "Spring" was painted by Plastov in 1954, during the "Khrushchev thaw." Then censorship weakened a little and the criticism that fell on the defiant canvas was not so harsh. Modern society with prejudice reacted to the work of the artist, calling it too vulgar, because a provocative naked woman is right in the center of the canvas.
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Description of the painting by Ivan Aivazovsky "Calm"

This artist was firmly associated with the great natural phenomenon - the sea. All his canvases are about the sea. Almost all. There are simple landscapes - earthly. But in the world he has long been recognized as a landscape painter. What kind of sea or ocean he did not depict on canvases - either in a storm, then in a storm, then in full calm.
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Description of the painting by Yuri Pimenov "Tanya Pimenov"

Soviet artist Yuri Pimenov managed to write many paintings for his creative life. Especially tender was his painting “Tanya Pimenova”, in which he depicted his beloved and only daughter. This is not the first female portrait of the artist, painted with light even strokes, but it was this painting that caused him vivid feelings.
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